As one of the most exciting cities in the world, millions of tourists are attracted to visit Hong Kong each year. To provide a comfortable stay to tourists, Hong Kong has a wide variety of accommodation to suit every budget, from luxury equivalent Six Star Hotels to modest guesthouses. One of the known Six Star Hotel that is situated in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui with the greatest definition of luxury is The Peninsula Hotel Hong Kong.

A brief historical background of The Peninsula Hotel Hong Kong

The rapid increase in international air travel in the 1950s and 1960s led to a yearly increase in tourist arrival numbers to Hong Kong. Most of these visitors stay on the Kowloon side, due to its proximity to Kai Tak Airport, and many chose to enjoy the comfort and convenience of The Peninsula during their stay. The opening of the Cross-Harbour Tunnel in 1972 made a night out on Kowloon side an easily accessible exclusion for Hong Kong Island residents and did much to popularize both Tsimshatsui and The Peninsula further.

The Peninsula Hong Kong was opened in 1928 and has established a reputation as the original standard bearer of luxury and refined service, featuring the most advanced, leading-edge facilities, the hotel continues to cater to business and leisure travelers alike.


On the harbor, in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui within walking distance of Hong Kong’s main tourist and entertainment attractions. The Star Ferry and the Mass Transit Railway (MTR) are a five-minute walk from the hotel, providing quick and easy transfers across Victoria Harbour to the Central business district.


The Peninsula Hong Kong has 300 newly renovated guestrooms including 53 suites and the celebrated Peninsula Suite. Rooms and suites command uninterrupted views of either Kowloon or Hong Kong Island. With an accent on Classic Modernity, which adheres to the design tenets of simplicity and chic elegance, the new rooms showcase the finest materials and craftsmanship.

All guestrooms and suites at The Peninsula Hong Kong Six Star Hotel offer the following exceptional amenities: 

  • Guestrooms from 456 sq ft (41 sq m)
  • Distinct sleeping and sitting areas
  • Luxurious marble bathrooms featuring
  • bathtub, separate shower and toilet, two washbasins, hands-free telephones, mood lighting and built-in television, Interactive digital bedside and desk tablets
  • Thermostat, language and privacy options with convenient touch LED touch-screen panels to offer full mastery
  • TV Blu-Ray DVD/CD players
  • Multi-voltage, multi-pin electrical sockets
  • Complimentary high-speed broadband wired
  • Wireless Internet access Printer, fax, scanner photocopier
  • Shoe box for shoe cleaning and newspaper
  • Delivery Hairdryers and bathrobes
  • Fully stocked mini-bars
  • In-room safes
  • Free long distance VOIP calls

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The Peninsula Hong Kong offers a new, state-of-the-art conference center on the sixth floor, featuring banquet and meeting rooms and a business center, providing the flexibility to cater for MICE-related events.

 Located on the mezzanine floor, The Salisbury Room offers 1,740 sq ft (160.sq m) of versatile meeting and event space and can be sub-divided into three medium-sized rooms. Two smaller rooms, namely The Nathan Room and The Golden Pen, adjoin the reception area. All rooms provide perfect venues for events and parties of up to 300 people. The Business Centre provides business travelers with the very latest in business and international communications facilities, has a library, its own meeting room and individual offices for guests’ convenience.

 The brand new 6th floor Conference Centre twins the hotel’s grandeur and heritage with cutting-edge audiovisual technology and two spacious new conference rooms. Accommodating up to 150 for cocktails, 100 theatre-style and 40 to 30 for round-table and boardroom gatherings, meeting rooms Hankow I and II feature classically modern interiors, with custom-designed desks and comfortable leather seats with armrests. A Special Events Salon with revolutionary touch-screen technology tablet tables featuring the Virtual Event Planner: a one-stop solution for event planners to select everything from seating arrangements and table linen, to floral arrangements and invitations, down to the last detail.


Enjoying dining at The Peninsula Hong Kong is one experience you will ever wish to be constant. The Peninsula Hong Kong highly experienced staffs are always at your service to give you the best of a Six Star Hotel treat.

 Gaddi’s – Celebrating its Diamond Jubilee this year, The Peninsula’s internationally-acclaimed French restaurant is famous for its grandeur, haute cuisine, and fine wine list. Open for lunch and dinner; Gaddi’s features a private dining room and Chefs’ Table. The Gaddi’s Band plays at night for dancing.

 The Lobby – A Hong Kong landmark and a popular all-day meeting place, serving light meals, snacks, and The Peninsula’s renowned Afternoon Tea. Live classical and light jazz music from mid-afternoon through the evening. The Verandah – The Verandah has reopened with a fresh new look featuring an enhanced layout, seasonally themed buffets with live cooking stations and intriguing art pieces from the reception throughout the restaurant.

 Chesa – Reminiscent of a Swiss chalet, this cozy restaurant features Swiss regional specialties at lunch and dinner.

The Bar – At The Peninsula’s handsome, reconceived bar, finely-crafted classic cocktails served in a discreet, intimate setting define the drinking experience. Richly muted paneled walls and club-style seating, accompanied by a jazz singer and pianist, lend an ambiance of warm, understated elegance.

Felix – Designed by Philippe Starck, this exciting bar and cosmopolitan restaurant located on the 28th floor has stunning views of the harbor, Hong Kong Island, and Kowloon, and includes a restaurant, The Wine Bar, The Balcony, The American Bar and The Crazy Box (discotheque). Spring Moon – The tastes and traditions of the finest Cantonese cuisine set amid stylish, 1920s Art Deco interiors, popular for both dim sum lunch and dinner. Private rooms are available.

 Imasa – Imasa offers traditional Japanese cuisines in a contemporary setting. Two private dining rooms, set menus, and Kaiseki meals are available on request.


When you think of a spa vacation, do you imagine being pampered to perfection or pounded into shape? Are you more intrigued by the idea of an ocean-side hot stone massage or a ten-mile hike in the mountains? The Peninsula Hong Kong Six-star Hotel Spa offers you all that.

The Peninsula Spa occupies two floors and offers sweeping views of Victoria Harbour and 14 state-of-the-art treatment rooms, creating an oasis of calm for guests to renew themselves in mind, body, and spirit. The Spa features therapies that uniquely layer European, Oriental and Ayurvedic philosophies for an entirely new, holistic experience.

The peninsula Fitness Centre comprises a swimming pool, landscaped Sun Terrace, and a fitness center. The Peninsula’s Roman-style swimming pool, located on the 8th floor, has been designed to offer swimmers uninterrupted views of the Hong Kong skyline, while a retractable glass screen can be closed over the front elevation of the entire pool area to allow year-round use. The pool is 60 ft (18 m) long and 5 ft (1.5 m) deep. The pool’s interiors showcase classical Roman features, such as columns, friezes, statues and niches which lend a palatial air. The pool area is linked to a sun terrace and fitness centre (also on the 7th floor), which extends out over the west wing of the hotel, and covers a total area of approximately 17,000 sq ft (1,600 sq m), featuring state-of-the-art gym equipment, Jacuzzis, saunas, steam rooms and ice-cold plunge pools.



Over the years, The Peninsula has set new records with each successive order for Rolls-Royces: in 1976 when it purchased eight Silver Shadows; in 1980 with an order for nine Silver Shadow IIs; in 1987 when it took delivery of eight Silver Spirits; 1994 when the hotel welcomed nine Silver Spur IIIs and one vintage 1934 Phantom II; in 1995 with another nine Silver Spurs; another four in 1998, and yet another one in 2006 comes 14 phantom EWB.and has also been up to date.


  • Deluxe Suite (O) GS2
  • Superior Harbour View Suite (T) ES1
  • Deluxe Harbour View Suite (T) FS1 – One bedroom – Two bedrooms ,-Three bedrooms ,Grand
  • Deluxe Harbour View Suite (T) GS1 – One bedroom , Two bedrooms
  • Premier Suites -The Marco Polo Suite (O) HS2
  • The Peninsula Suite (T) TPS

Value Added Benefits: – Complimentary Wi-Fi Internet access in the room and the Business Centre For Peninsula Suite and Marco Polo Suite, additional benefits are as follows: – Complimentary transfers by Rolls-Royce including airport concierge service – Complimentary 24-hour chauffeured Rolls-Royce and butler service – Complimentary daily breakfast for each staying guest – Complimentary mini-bar – Complimentary laundry and pressing – Complimentary Afternoon Tea at The Repulse Bay for up to two persons.

The peninsula is wonderfully receiving great Testimonials from our esteemed customers as regards to unique ways of management. Enjoy Luxury at its peak and the dividends of a Six Star Hotel at The Peninsula Hong Kong.